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Jun 21, 2011
Jenny:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You are a very understanding person, that I can tell by what you've said about your father's past and the way he handled things as a troubled man. I can also tell that you ARE a forgiving person already. Just because forgiveness hasn't come along just yet doesn't mean you aren't a forgiving person. It's a process, Jenny. The best way I know to bring forgiveness into your heart is to deal with the pain you are still experiencing, and to bring the light of understanding to your personal truth, what you believe and tell yourself about your pain. Once you've had that opportunity, the pain let's you go...that's when forgiveness finds it's way to your heart and mind. Just keep yourself safe in the process. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jun 22, 2011
understanding and stopping the process
by: michelle f

as we grow we learn to deal with what has happened to us.older people that we grew up with didn't have this outreach nobody would talk about it long ago.that is why i love this site it lwill let people talk to someone that has gone thru the same thing.i have forgivness NOW for what happened to me for maybe they grew up that way and i from my grandma and grandpa got love i missed and tought me that i should forgive,it will make you a better person in your heart,mind,and life if you forgive,but of course it will take time and courage to face it and forget and forgive.

Jun 28, 2011
I am very special: I am highly gifted: Always Believe in Yourself
by: Maurice

Jenny, you sure are special: You sure are forgiving: You sure are highly gifted: tallented so please begin to let go with some form of counselling, love, joy, peace and patience to Always believe in yourself: Take charge of your own life's destiny now: It is sad after all these years the effects and the trauma your drunken father forced on you and your siblings is still having a great effect in you getting on with living your life to the full: You'll be a winner but you must stop the cycle of being upset: Have a healthy mind in a healthy body: join with some like-minded people being active and alive so that you get out and about from sitting around brooding on all That not so good father put you, your mom and large family through: Darlene as always has given you loving heart words to affirm you, to build up your own self worth so that it is your life that is all important now: Forgiveness is part of understanding that it is a two way thing the abuser must acknowledge he did wrong and ask forgiveness too: Sometimes it is the abused who suffers the most wanting to forgive read and ponder Darlene's words to you you'll move on and have a better life: I WILL I CAN I MUST BECAUSE I AM WORTH IT:

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